June 9, 2009

Destination Soups

We were in New Bedford yesterday to visit the Whaling Museum and to hang out. K has the week off from school because she's not going on the school's D.C. trip and we are putting her on an alternate education program for the week so that she doesn't have to sit through movies and stuff with the other kids who didn't go to D.C. (We're going to D.C. later in the month).

For lunch, we wandered over to Destination Soups for lunch.

I've enjoyed their fare before. they make a mean sloppy joe. But I think I found their perfect lunch. K's eyes were bigger than her tummy and she over-ordered. Both a mac and cheese side dish and a grilled cheese sandwich. i never order grilled cheese because I am not a huge fan of cheese. I don't always love the flavor of cheese, though I have my favorites. I generally abstain because I don't mind skipping cheese calories.

Here I was faced with a sandwich my daughter couldn't finish (she ate 2 bites of it). I did my fatherly duty, as I learned by example from my own father. Cleanup patrol.

I'd ordered creamy tomato basil soup. i have to tell you, the buttered sourdough slices covered with cheddar and provolone were perfectly buttery and gooey. Dipped in the creamy tomato basil soup, they were divine. The soup was like liquid pizza.

I can never, ever again say I don't like grilled cheese sandwiches. Thank you, Destination Soups!

Posted by James at June 9, 2009 10:24 AM
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I don't suppose that's a chain place with food that good?

Posted by: Judy at June 10, 2009 11:11 AM

No, it's just a tiny local place.

The sandwich would probably be easy to replicate, but I'm not an expert on soup.

Posted by: James at June 10, 2009 11:48 AM

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